Friday, December 28, 2012
Skanks by Keaton Albertson
Skanks, Keaton Albertson. Compton, California: Fast Pencil Inc., 2011. e-book, 167 pps.
Skanks details the sexual vagrancies of self-styled man whore and ex-Mormon Keaton Albertson. Women-- quite a few of them. Hot fornicating casual sex, check. Cussing, check. And some good chuckles. Writing that delivers with a hefty punch.
sapphoq reviews says: Skanks, like all of the Keaton Albertson writing that I have seen, is not for folks who offend easily. There were some good belly laughs in this one. And a variety of slang words for all kinds of sexual parts and uh, wonderment. At the end of Skanks is a section on obese women. Obese women and many others will not appreciate this section. It is brutally honest. All of Skanks is brutally honest. Keaton Albertson tells his memoirs with a certain swagger and joie de vivre. Feminists may not appreciate it. But these are his own experiences and he tells it like it is. Coarse and rude, for readers who like coarse and rude.